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    2021 Senior Bowl Rosters, Weigh-Ins, and Measurements

    The 2021 Senior Bowl week unofficially got underway on Saturday, January 23rd, as the players began arriving in preparation for the 2021 NFL Draft. Building up to their arrival, the Senior Bowl rosters were revealed day by day, starting with the quarterbacks on Friday, January 15th. The Senior Bowl week officially began today with the player measurements and weigh-ins. However, Saturday sees the players take to the field for a final time for the 2021 Senior Bowl game.

    You will notice an immediate difference at the 2021 Senior Bowl

    Traditionally, the two Senior Bowl rosters have been known as the North and the South teams. However, the 2021 edition features a change in those team names to American and National. This is the second time the Senior Bowl has moved away from the North and South team names.

    Related | Who are the 2021 Senior Bowl coaching staffs?

    In 1991, the names were changed to AFC and NFC in order to distinguish where the coaching staffs of the two teams were from. However, this caused additional confusion, and the names reverted to North and South in 1994.

    Senior Bowl 2021: American Roster

    Which players make up the roster for the American Team team at the 2021 Senior Bowl?

    Quarterbacks

    The American team will see Mac Jones (Alabama), Jamie Newman (Wake Forest), and Kellen Mond (Texas A&M) lining up under center. All three will be hoping to leave a lasting impression after a mixed week of practice. Kyle Trask (Florida) was due to be part of the American team roster, but he pulled out late with an ankle injury.

    Running Backs

    The running back roster for the American Team at the 2021 Senior Bowl is made up of Kylin Hill (Mississippi State), Elijah Mitchell (Louisiana), Chris Evans (Michigan) and Larry Rountree III (Missouri). Both Hill and Rountree III impressed PFN Draft analyst and NFL Insider Tony Pauline with their play through practice this week.

    Wide Receivers

    There is a strong SEC influence to the American Team wide receiver roster at the 2021 Senior Bowl. Kadarius Toney (Florida), Shi Smith (South Carolina), Trevon Grimes (Florida), Racey McMath (LSU), and Josh Palmer (Tennessee) all hail from the conference. They’re joined by Clemson duo Cornell Powell and Amari Rodgers, Marquez Stevenson (Houston), and Austin Watkins (UAB). 

    Tight Ends

    The four tight ends on the roster for the American Team at the 2021 Senior Bowl are Noah Gray (Duke), Tre’ McKitty (Georgia), Quintin Morris (Bowling Green), and Kylen Granson (SMU). Granson in particular caught the eye of Tony Pauline this week with some impressive practice performances.

    Offensive Line

    The American Team offensive line roster at the 2021 Senior Bowl includes Alabama center Landon Dickerson who despite injury has been a visible and vocal presence on the field. The roster is made up of Carson Green (Texas A&M), Jack Anderson (Texas Tech), David Moore (Grambling State), Deonte Brown (Alabama), D’Ante Smith (East Carolina), Dan Moore Jr. (Texas A&M), Alex Leatherwood (Alabama), Royce Newman (Mississippi), Trey Smith (Tennessee), Ben Cleveland (Georgia), Drake Jackson (Kentucky), and Alaric Jackson (Iowa). 

    PFN Draft analyst Ian Cummings highlighted David Moore as a player who has had a strong week in his American Team practice report. As a small school prospect, being on the Senior Bowl roster is key to elevating Moore’s NFL Draft stock.

    Defensive Line and EDGE

    The defensive line and EDGE roster for the American Team at the 2021 Senior Bowl consists of Cam Sample (Tulane), Carlos Basham Jr. (Wake Forest), Malik Herring (Georgia), Marvin Wilson (FSU), Wyatt Hubert (Kasas State), Quincy Roche (Miami), Chauncey Golston (Iowa), Payton Turner (Houston), Marlon Tuipulotu (USC) and William Bradley-King (Baylor).

    There has been some impressive performances through the week. However, Cam Sample caught the attention of Ian Cummings as one of the top performers during Thursday practice.

    Linebackers

    Grant Stuard (Houston), Charles Snowden (Virginia), Jabril Cox (LSU), Jordan Smith (UAB), Paddy Fisher (Northwestern), Monty Rice (Georgia), K.J. Britt (Auburn), and hometown hero Riley Cole (South Alabama) make up the American Team linebacker roster for the 2021 Senior Bowl.

    Former North Dakota State standout Jabril Cox continues to show he belongs with the elite of the game. His play stood-out as one of the top performers at Wednesday’s practice.

    Defensive Backs

    Finally, the American Team defensive backs roster for the 2021 Senior Bowl consists of Ifeatu Melifonwu (Syracuse), Josuah Bledsoe (Missouri), Tyree Gillespie (Missouri), Shawn Davis (Florida), Bryan Mills (North Carolina Central), D.J. Daniel (Georgia), Robert Rochell (Central Arkansas), Hamsah Nasirildeen (FSU), Mark Webb (Georgia), Richie Grant (UCF), and Aaron Robinson (UCF).

    Although there has been multiple standout players at the position, Richie Grant has been the most impressive all week long. PFN Draft Analyst Jarrett Bailey highlighted Grant’s play on multiple occasions this week including as one of his Senior Bowl risers on Tuesday.

    Senior Bowl 2021: National Roster

    Which players make up the roster for the National Team team at the 2021 Senior Bowl?

    Quarterbacks

    The trio of quarterbacks on the National Team roster for the 2021 Senior Bowl is Sam Ehlinger (Texas), Kellen Mond (Texas A&M), Ian Book (Notre Dame) and Feleipe Franks (Arkansas). As with the American Team at the 2021 Senior Bowl, no one quarterback on the roster has performed impeccably all week. Which one can make an impression in today’s game?

    Running Backs

    Although Najee Harris (Alabama) is on the National Team roster for the 2021 Senior Bowl, don’t expect to see him suit up on Saturday. The rest of the running back room contains Michael Carter (North Carolina), Trey Sermon (Ohio State), Khalil Herbert (Virginia Tech), and Rhamondre Stevenson (Oklahoma).

    Wide Receivers

    Like the running back roster at the 2021 Senior Bowl, the National Team wide receiver room contains an Alabama star not set to suit up. DeVonta Smith is joined by D’Wayne Eskridge (Western Michigan), Tylan Wallace (Oklahoma State), Nico Collins (Michigan), Demetric Felton (UCLA), Dez Fitzpatrick (Louisville), Sage Surratt (Wake Forest), Cade Johnson (South Dakota State), and Frank Darby (Arizona State). Notre Dame wide receiver Ben Skowronek suffered an injury in the week and left Mobile early.

    Although D’Wayne Eskridge was the talk of the town this week, it was Tylan Wallace’s performance on Wednesday that caught the eye of Jarrett Bailey. The Oklahoma State wide receiver was on impressive form all week.

    Tight Ends

    Hunter Long (Boston College), John Bates (Boise State), and Kenny Yeboah (Mississippi) are joined on the National Team tight end roster by Michigan fullback Ben Mason.

    A late addition to the 2021 Senior Bowl rosters, John Bates was circled as a prospect who impressed during Thurday practice.

    Offensive Line

    Of the two Senior Bowl rosters, the National team contains more FCS and lower division prospects to watch on the offensive line. Dillon Radunz (North Dakota State), Spencer Brown (Northern Iowa), and Quinn Meinerz (Wisconsin-Whitewater) will be hoping to end the week on a high after increasing their NFL Draft stock this week. They’re joined on the offensive line by James Hudson III (Cincinnati), Creed Humphrey (Oklahoma), Brenden Jaimes (Nebraska), Robert Jones (Middle Tennessee State), Robert Hainsey (Notre Dame), Aaron Banks (Notre Dame), Jaylon Moore (Western Michigan), Jake Curhan (California), and Adrian Ealy (Oklahoma).

    After struggling early against Levi Onwuzurike, Meinerz emerged as the star of the week. His performance on Day 2 of practice was particularly impressive as he improved his stock throughout the week.

    Defensive Line and EDGE

    The defensive line and EDGE roster for the National Team at the 2021 Senior Bowl consists of Jonathon Cooper (Ohio State), Daelin Hayes (Notre Dame), Rashad Weaver and Patrick Jones II (Pittsburgh), Shaka Toney (Penn State), Elerson Smith, (Northern Iowa), Ta’Quon Graham (Texas), Ade Ogundeji (Notre Dame), Osa Odighizuwa (UCLA), Levi Onwuzurike (Washington), and Tarron Jackson (Coastal Carolina).

    Both Daelin Hayes and Levi Onwuzurike get off to an electric start to the 2021 Senior Bowl. Ian Cummings highlighted the National Team duo as his top performers at the position from Tuesday practice. Onwuzurike made great strides towards solidifying himself as the best interior defensive lineman in the 2021 NFL Draft.

    Linebackers

    The linebacker roster for the National Team at the 2021 Senior Bowl is made up of Justin Hilliard (Ohio State), Hamilcar Rashed Jr. (Oregon State), Tony Fields II (West Virginia), Tuf Borland (Ohio State), Chazz Surratt (North Carolina), Baron Browning (Ohio State), and Derrick Barnes (Purdue).

    Defensive Backs

    Finally, the defensive backs roster for National Team at the 2021 Senior Bowl. It’s a unit made up of Ambry Thomas (Michigan), Rodarius Williams (Oklahoma State), Thomas Graham Jr. (Oregon), Tre Norwood (Oklahoma), Keith Taylor Jr. (Washington), Tre Brown (Oklahoma), Darren Hall (San Diego State), Camryn Bynum (California), Benjamin St-Juste (Minnesota), Divine Deablo (Virginia Tech), Christian Uphoff (Illinois State), and Damar Hamlin (Pittsburgh).

    Keith Taylor Jr. has flown under the radar behind Washington teammate Elijah Molden but firmly emerged from his shadows this week. Taylor was particularly outstanding on Thursday, catching the eye of PFN analyst Jarrett Bailey.

    2021 Weigh-Ins and Measurements | American and National Teams

    NFL personnel recorded key measurements, including height, weight, arm length, hand width, and wingspan. While there were not many surprises, there were a few measurements that raised some eyebrows.

    This potion of the 2021 Senior Bowl saw things done slightly differently. Due to current protocols, the media were not able to attend the session.

    2021 weigh-ins and measurements

    The table below contains all of the weigh-in and measurement numbers for the 2021 Senior Bowl rosters.

    For the latest news and updates from the 2021 Senior Bowl, be sure to check back here daily and follow us on Twitter: @PFN365.

    Mobile users: Table is best viewed in landscape. Scroll the table from right to left to view the measurements for each player. Please note that the first column stays in place when scrolling.

    PlayerPositionTeamHeightWeightWingspanArmHandSchool
    Jamie NewmanQBAmerican6'2 7/8"23576"30 1/2"10"Wake Forest
    Kellen MondQBAmerican6'2 1/2"20580 1/8"33"9 1/4"Texas A&M
    Mac JonesQBAmerican6'2 5/8"21779 1/8"32 1/2"9 3/4"Alabama
    Feleipe FranksQBNational6'6 3/8"23483"33 3/4"10"Arkansas
    Ian BookQBNational6'0"21079 1/4"31 1/4"9 7/8"Notre Dame
    Sam EhlingerQBNational6'1 1/2"22275 1/8"30"9 3/4"Texas
    Chris EvansRBAmerican5'10 7/8"21978"31 1/2"10"Michigan
    Elijah MitchellRBAmerican5'10 1/4"21576 5/8"31"9 3/4"Louisiana
    Kylin HillRBAmerican5'10 3/8"21473"30 1/2"9 5/8"Mississippi St
    Larry Rountree IIIRBAmerican5'10 3/4"21673 1/2"30 1/4"9 1/4"Missouri
    Trey SermonRBUnassigned6'0 1/4"21379"32"9 1/2"Ohio State
    Demetric FeltonRB/WRNational5'8 5/8"18974 1/8"31 3/8"9 3/8"UCLA
    Khalil HerbertRBNational5'8 7/8"20471 3/4"30 1/8"8 5/8"Virginia Tech
    Michael CarterRBNational5'7 7/8"20273 1/2"29 1/8"9"North Carolina
    Najee HarrisRBNational6'1 7/8"23081"33 3/8"10"Alabama
    Rhamondre StevensonRBNational5'11 5/8"22775"30"9"Oklahoma
    Ben MasonFBNational6'2 3/4"25679"32"9 3/8"Michigan
    Amari RodgersWRAmerican5'9 1/2"21174"30"9 1/2"Clemson
    Austin Watkins Jr.WRAmerican6'1 1/2"20776"31"9 1/2"UAB
    Cornell PowellWRAmerican6'0 1/8"20579"32 1/8"10"Clemson
    Josh PalmerWRAmerican6'1 1/4"21079"33"9 3/8"Tennessee
    Kadarius ToneyWRAmerican5'11 1/8"18974 1/2"30 1/2"9 1/2"Florida
    Marquez StevensonWRAmerican5'10"18275"31"8 1/2"Houston
    Racey McMathWRAmerican6'2 5/8"22479"31 1/2"9 1/4"LSU
    Shi SmithWRAmerican5'10"18675 1/2"31 1/4"9 3/4"South Carolina
    Trevon GrimesWRAmerican6'3 7/8"21777"31 3/8"9 5/8"Florida
    Ben SkowronekWRNational6'2 7/8"21180 1/4"32 5/8"10"Notre Dame
    Cade JohnsonWRNational5'10 3/8"18671 1/2"29"9 3/8"South Dakota St
    D'Wayne EskridgeWRNational5'9 1/8"18874 1/8"30 1/8"9"Western Mich
    Desmond FitzpatrickWRNational6'2 1/8"20280 5/8"32 1/2"9 1/4"Louisville
    DeVonta SmithWRNationalN/AN/A78 1/2"31 1/2"9 3/8"Alabama
    Frank DarbyWRNational6'0 1/8"19476 1/8"31 3/8"9 5/8"Arizona State
    Nico CollinsWRNational6'4 1/4"21579"32 1/2"9 3/8"Michigan
    Sage SurrattWRNational6'2 5/8"21579"32"9"Wake Forest
    Tylan WallaceWRNational5'11"19373 1/2"32 5/8"9 1/2"Oklahoma State
    Kylen GransonTEAmerican6'2 1/8"24279 1/2"32"9 3/8"SMU
    Noah GrayTEAmerican6'3 5/8"24078 1/8"31 1/2"9 3/8"Duke
    Quintin MorrisTEAmerican6'2 1/4"N/A80 3/4"32 1/2"10 1/2"Bowling Green
    Tre McKittyTEAmerican6'4 1/8"24781"32 1/4"11"Georgia
    Hunter LongTENational6'5 1/8"25483"33 3/4"9 3/4"Boston College
    John BatesTENational6'5 5/8"25979 1/4"32 1/2"9 5/8"Boise State
    Kenny YeboahTENational6'3 7/8"24780 3/4"33 1/4"9 3/8"Ole Miss
    Tony PoljanTENationalN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AVirginia
    Carson GreenOLUnassigned6'6"31982 1/2"34"10 3/8"Texas A&M
    Landon DickersonOLUnassigned6'6"32681"32 1/2"10 3/8"Alabama
    Alaric JacksonOLAmerican6'5 5/8"31883"32 1/2"9 1/2"Iowa
    Alex LeatherwoodOLAmerican6'5 1/8"31285 3/8"34 3/8"9 1/2"Alabama
    Ben ClevelandOLAmerican6'6 3/8"35479 1/8"33"9 3/4"Georgia
    D'Ante SmithOLAmerican6'5"29485 1/8"35 1/4"10"East Carolina
    Dan Moore Jr.OLAmerican6'5 1/2"30984 1/2"33 3/4"10 1/4"Texas A&M
    David MooreOLAmerican6'1 5/8"35082 5/8"32 5/8"9 5/8"Grambling State
    Deonte BrownOLAmerican6' 3 1/4"36480 3/4"32 3/8"9 1/8"Alabama
    Drake JacksonOLAmerican6'1 7/8"29077 1/2"31 1/8"8 1/2"Kentucky
    Jack AndersonOLAmerican6'4 3/4"30977 1/2"31 5/8"10"Texas Tech
    Jaylon MooreOLAmerican6'4 1/8"31182"33 3/8"11"Western Mich
    Royce NewmanOLAmerican6'5 1/8"30678 3/4"32 1/4"8 3/4"Ole Miss
    Trey SmithOLAmerican6'5 1/2"33183 1/8"33 3/4"10"Tennessee
    Aaron BanksOLNational6'5 3/8"33882"33 1/8"10 1/8"Notre Dame
    Adrian EalyOLNational6'6 1/2"32682 3/4"32 5/8"10"Oklahoma
    Brenden JaimesOLNational6'5 1/2"30081 1/8"32 3/4"10"Nebraska
    Creed HumphreyOLNational6'4 5/8"31279 1/2"31 3/4"9 5/8"Oklahoma
    Dillon RadunzOLNational6'5 5/8"30480 1/4"33 1/4"9 1/8"North Dakota St
    Jake CurhanOLNational6'5 3/4"32383 1/2"33"10 1/4"California
    James Hudson IIIOLNational6'4 3/8"30282 1/8"33"11"Cincinnati
    Liam EichenbergOLNationalN/AN/AN/AN/AN/ANotre Dame
    Quinn MeinerzOLNational6'3 1/4"32082"33"10 1/4"UW - Whitewater
    Robert HainseyOLNational6'4 1/2"30279 1/8"32"9 3/4"Notre Dame
    Robert JonesOLNational6'4 1/4"31979"33"9 5/8"Middle Tenn
    Spencer BrownOLNational6'8 1/2"31482 3/8"34"10 3/8"Northern Iowa
    Cameron SampleDLAmerican6'2 3/4"27481"32 1/2"10"Tulane
    Carlos Basham Jr.DLAmerican6'3 3/8"28181 1/8"32 1/2"9 1/8"Wake Forest
    Chauncey GolstonDLAmerican6'4 3/4"26884 3/8"33 3/4"11"Iowa
    Malik HerringDLAmerican6'3 1/4"28382"32 1/2"10 1/2"Georgia
    Marlon TuipulotuDLAmerican6'1 3/4"30881"32 3/4"10 3/8"USC
    Marvin WilsonDLAmerican6'3 1/2"31982"33"10 1/8"Florida State
    Payton TurnerDLAmerican6'5 3/8"27084"35"10 1/4"Houston
    Wyatt HubertDLAmerican6'2 3/4"26577"30"10 1/8"Kansas State
    Adetokunbo OgundejiDLNational6'4 3/8"25685 3/8"35 1/4"9 5/8"Notre Dame
    Daelin HayesDLNational6'3 3/4"26180 1/4"32"9 1/2"Notre Dame
    Elerson SmithDLNational6'6 1/2"26283"33 1/4"10 1/2"Northern Iowa
    Jonathon CooperDLNational6'2 3/4"25478 1/2"31 5/8"9 3/4"Ohio State
    Levi OnwuzurikeDLNational6'2 7/8"29080 1/8"32 1/2"10 1/4"Washington
    Osa OdighizuwaDLNational6'2"28084"34 1/8"10 3/4"UCLA
    Patrick Jones IIDLNational6'4 1/2"26479 5/8"32"10"Pittsburgh
    Rashad WeaverDLNational6'4 3/8"26582 7/8"33 1/4"9 3/4"Pittsburgh
    Ta'Quon GrahamDLNational6'3"29085 1/8"34 7/8"10 5/8"Texas
    Tarron JacksonDLNational6'2 1/2"26080 1/8"33"10 1/8"Coastal Carolina
    Janarius RobinsonEDGEAmerican6'5"26687"35 3/4"11"Florida State
    Quincy RocheEDGEAmerican6'2 7/8"24380 3/8"32"9 1/2"Miami
    William Bradley-KingEDGEAmerican6'3 3/8"25480 5/8"32 3/4"10 1/4"Baylor
    Shaka ToneyEDGENational6'2 1/4"23882 1/8"33"9 1/2"Penn State
    Charles SnowdenLBAmerican6'6 1/4"23282 1/4"34"9 1/2"Virginia
    Grant StuardLBAmerican5'11 1/2"23073"29 1/2"9 3/8"Houston
    Jabril CoxLBAmerican6'2 7/8"23379 1/2"32 3/4"8 3/4"LSU
    Jordan SmithLBAmerican6'6 1/8"25583 1/4"33 3/8"9 1/4"UAB
    KJ BrittLBAmerican6'0 1/8"23976"30 3/4"9 3/8"Auburn
    Monty RiceLBAmerican6'0 1/4"23875"30 3/8"8 5/8"Georgia
    Paddy FisherLBAmerican6'3 1/2"23979 5/8"32 1/2"9 5/8"Northwestern
    Riley ColeLBAmerican6'2 1/2"24275 1/8"30"9 3/4"South Alabama
    Baron BrowningLBNational6'3 1/8"24181"33"10"Ohio State
    Chazz SurrattLBNational6'1 1/2"22776"30"9 1/2"North Carolina
    Derrick BarnesLBNational6'0 1/2"24581 5/8"33"9 3/4"Purdue
    Garret WallowLBNationalN/AN/AN/AN/AN/ATCU
    Hamilcar Rashed Jr.LBNational6'3 1/8"25482 7/8"33 3/4"10 1/8"Oregon State
    Justin HilliardLBNational6'0 3/4"22776 1/8"30 3/4"9"Ohio State
    Tony Fields IILBNational6'1"22276"30 3/4"9"West Virginia
    Tuf BorlandLBNational6'0 1/8"22977"31"10"Ohio State
    Aaron RobinsonCBAmerican5'11 1/2"19074 1/8"30"8 3/4"Central Florida
    Bryan MillsCBAmerican6'0 3/4"18077 1/8"32"9"NC Central
    DJ DanielCBAmerican5'11 5/8"18381"33"9 1/8"Georgia
    Mark WebbCBAmerican6'1 3/8"21079 1/8"32 1/8"10 1/8"Georgia
    Robert RochellCBAmerican5'11 7/8"19579"32 3/8"8 3/4"Central Arkansas
    Ambry ThomasCBNational5'11 7/8"18976 1/2"31 1/8"8 1/2"Michigan
    Camryn BynumCBNational6'0 3/8"19876"30 3/4"9 5/8"California
    Keith TaylorCBNational6'2 3/819176 1/8"31"9 1/2"Washington
    Rodarius WilliamsCBNational6'0 1/8"19376 1/2"31"9 1/4"Oklahoma State
    Thomas Graham Jr.CBNational5'10 1/2"19376"31"9 1/8"Oregon
    Tre BrownCBNational5'9 3/4"18874 3/4"30 1/4"9 1/2"Oklahoma
    Ifeatu MelifonwuDBAmerican6'2 5/8"21280 1/8"32 1/8"9"Syracuse
    Benjamin St-JusteDBNational6'3 3/8"20080 1/4"32"9 1/4"Minnesota
    Damar HamlinDBNational6'0 5/8"20177 1/2"32"9 1/8"Pittsburgh
    Darren HallDBNational5'11 3/8"18974 1/2"30 1/8"9"San Diego State
    Tre NorwoodDBNational5'11 7/8"19272 1/4"29 1/8"9 1/2"Oklahoma
    Hamsah NasirildeenSAFAmerican6'3 1/8"21382 3/4"34 1/4"10"Florida State
    JaCoby StevensSAFAmerican6'1 1/4"21677 3/8"31 3/4"9 1/4"LSU
    Joshuah BledsoeSAFAmerican5'11 3/8"20175 3/4"30 1/2"9 3/4"Missouri
    Richie GrantSAFAmerican5'11 5/820077 5/8"31 1/2"9 1/4"Central Florida
    Shawn DavisSAFAmerican5'10 5/8"19978 1/4"31 1/2"9 1/2"Florida
    Tyree GillespieSAFAmerican5'11 7/8"20775 1/4"31 1/4"9 5/8"Missouri
    Christian UphoffSAFNational6'2 1/2"21375 1/8"30 3/4"10"Illinois St.
    Divine DeabloSAFNational6'3 3/8"22679 1/8"32 3/4"9 1/2"Virginia Tech
    Jose BorregalesPKAmerican5'9 7/8"20773 3/8"29"9 1/2"Miami
    Riley PattersonPKNational5'10 3/8"18373 1/2"30 1/8"8 3/4"Memphis
    Max DuffyPTAmerican6'0 3/4"19772 1/2"29 3/4"8 3/4"Kentucky
    James SmithPTNational6'4 3/4"23380"33"9"Cincinnati
    Ryan LanganLSAmerican6'1"22873 5/8"30"9"Georgia Southern
    Thomas FletcherLSAmerican6'1"23776 1/2"31 1/2"9 5/8"Alabama
    Camaron CheesemanLSNational6'4 3/8"23776"30 1/8"9 1/4"Michigan

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